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I-94 Maple Grove to Clearwater

Traffic impacts

I-94 Maple Grove to Clearwater project location map

All traffic impacts are tentative and weather dependent. For real-time travel information in this project area or anywhere in Minnesota visit 511mn.org or dial 5-1-1. 

Current

Motorists are advised to follow posted speed limits; fines are up to $300 in work zones. Reduced speed limits are in effect through November.

Road closures

Maple Grove to Rogers
Tue, Aug. 31 through late October
Through November
  • The four-way intersection at Territorial Rd. and Fletcher Ln. is reduced to a three-way intersection with a temporary signal. Access to NB Fletcher Ln. from the intersection is closed.

Lane closures

Maple Grove to Rogers
7 p.m. Sun, Oct. 17 through 5 a.m. Mon, Oct. 18
  • WB I-94 is reduced to a single lane between Hwy 169 and Weaver Lake Rd.
Through October
  • Intermittent lane closures on I-94 in both directions between I-94/I-I694/I-494 and Hwy 101 during non-rush hour times
St. Michael to Albertville
Through Mon, Nov. 1
  • The left lane on the WB I-94 local access road is closed between the Wright Co. Rd. 37 entrance ramp and the Wright Co. Rd. 19 exit ramp
Mon, April 12 through November
  • Wright Co. Rd. 19 is reduced to a single lane in both directions between Wright Co. Rd. 37 and the I-94 bridge
Mon, March 29 through October
  • Hwy 241 is reduced to a single lane in both directions between I-94 and Oakwood Pkwy.
Monticello to Clearwater
Through Mon, Nov. 1
  • I-94 is reduced to a single lane in both directions between Wright Co. Rd. 8 and Hwy 24 nightly
    • Note: No closures occur on Saturdays

Ramp closures

Maple Grove to Rogers
9 p.m. Sun, Oct. 17 through 5 a.m. Mon, Oct. 18
  • The ramp from NB I-494 to WB I-94 is closed
    • Detour: EB I-694 to Hwy 169 to WB I-694 to WB I-94
Mon, Oct. 18 through Sat, Oct. 23; 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. nightly
  • The ramp from Weaver Lake Rd. to WB I-94 is closed
    • Detour: Weaver Lake Rd. to Elm Creek Blvd. to 93rd Ave. to Maple Grove Pkwy. to WB I-94
10 p.m. Fri, Oct. 15 through 9 a.m. Sat, Oct. 16
  • The flyover ramp from WB I-94 to Hwy 101 is closed
    • Note: Access to Hwy 101 is maintained at the ramp intersection
Mon, Oct. 11 through Fri, Oct. 15; 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. nightly
  • The ramp from NB I-494 to WB I-94 is closed
    • Detour: EB I-694 to Hwy 169 to WB I-694 to WB I-94
St. Michael to Albertville
Through late October
Mon, Aug. 30 through Mon, Nov. 1

Lane alterations

Maple Grove to Rogers
Mon, May 3 through Mon, Oct. 18
  • WB I-94 lanes are separated between the I-94/494/694 interchange and Hwy 241
    • Note: Motorists will need to decide which lane to take before the I-94/494/694 interchange. The left lane will be a through lane with no on/off access to local roads until Hwy 241. The two right lanes will provide local access to exits at Weaver Lake Rd., Maple Grove Pkwy., Hwy 101 and Hwy 241.
      • Check out our dashcam video on how to navigate this lane configuration
St. Michael to Albertville
Thu, June 17 through October
  • EB I-94 lanes separated between Wright Co. Rd. 19 and Hwy 241
    • Note: Both the left and right lanes continue on eastbound I-94 past St. Michael. Only the right lane gives access to exits at Co. Rd. 19 and Co. Rd. 37 in Albertville.
Monticello to Clearwater
Fri, Oct. 15
  • EB I-94 lanes between Hwy 25 and Wright Co. Rd. 8 return to normal configuration
    • Note: Two lanes are available. This lane configuration is in place through the winter.

Upcoming

Information about upcoming traffic impacts will be posted as details become available.

About this project

I-94 between Maple Grove and Clearwater is undergoing three years of improvements and upgrades along a 39-mile stretch of road. We are adding travel lanes, rebuilding bridges, constructing access lanes, improving drainage, adding an interchange, and resurfacing deteriorating pavement. When complete, motorists will experience improved safety, a smoother road surface, better commercial access for freight and business, and less vehicle congestion.

Summary of work

Reconstruct roads

  • 9 miles between Maple Grove and Rogers (2020-2021)
  • 6 miles between St. Michael and Albertville (2019-2021)
  • 15 miles between Monticello and Clearwater (2019-2021)

Add lanes

  • Add a lane on I-94 in both directions between Hwy 610 in Maple Grove and Hwy 101 in Rogers (total of four each way)
  • Add a lane on WB I-94 between Hwy 241 in St. Michael and Wright Co. Rd. 37 in Albertville and add a lane on EB I-94 between Hwy 241 in St. Michael and Wright Co. Rd. 19 in Albertville (total of three each way)
  • Add a lane on I-94 in both directions between Hwy 25 in Monticello and Hwy 24 in Clearwater (total of three each way)

Build interchanges and construct bridges

  • Build a diverging diamond interchange, trails and sidewalks southeast of Brockton Ln. in Dayton
  • Replace Hwy 241 bridge over I-94 in St. Michael and improve access
    • Construct roundabout at Hwy 241 and O’Day Ave. in St. Michael
  • Replace I-94 bridges over Co. Rd. 19 in Albertville and improve access

Add freight improvements

  • Add 10 parking spaces in Elm Creek Rest Area
  • Install digital signage system with real-time availability of Elm Creek Rest Area spaces
  • Improve the parking lot and sidewalks at the Enfield Rest Area
  • Improve and increase lanes for smoother merging and exiting

Additional local improvements


Stay Safe MN

Road work continues to be a critical service. MnDOT is committed to protecting the health, safety and well-being of its employees, contractors and all Minnesotans. Crews continue to follow the guidance of state and federal health officials to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Schedule

Location

  • I-494 Maple Grove to Hwy 101 Rogers
  • Dayton Pkwy. interchange, south of Brockton Ln. near Dayton
  • Wright Co. Rd. 19 Albertville to Hwy 241 St. Michael
  • Hwy 25 Monticello to Hwy 24 Clearwater

Benefits

  • Reduce congestion
  • Improve safety
  • Provide a smoother ride
  • Extend life of highway
  • Improve freight access
  • Economic development
  • Address planned growth
  • Provide good distribution to other arterial routes

Cost

2021 Minnesota Department of Transportation
395 John Ireland Blvd, St. Paul, MN 55155-1800
651-296-3000 Toll-free 800-657-3774 Sours: https://www.dot.state.mn.us/i94-mg-clearwater/
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I-94 Maple Grove to Rogers

Current traffic impacts

View the most up-to-date lane closure information on the MnDOT I-94 project website.

Key milestones for the I-94 Maple Grove to Rogers project during the 2021 construction season (all dates below are tentative and weather dependent):

  • Temporary off-peak shoulder and lane closures started in early March.
  • Westbound traffic was shifted to the eastbound side of I-94 in April. Three lanes of traffic on I-94 will be maintained in each direction during construction.
  • The ramp from Weaver Lake Road to westbound I-94 has reopened.
  • The ramp from westbound I-94 to Weaver Lake Road will be closed for approximately three weeks starting on August 16. A detour will be provided using westbound I-94 to eastbound I-94 to Maple Grove Parkway to Weaver Lake Road. Access to and from I-94 eastbound at the Weaver Lake Road interchange will be maintained.
  • Westbound I-94 on-ramp at Maple Grove Parkway was closed on August 9 for approximately three weeks.  A detour is provided using northbound Maple Grove Parkway to westbound Highway 610 to westbound I-94.  All remaining access to and from I-94 at the Maple Grove Parkway interchange will be maintained.

About the project

I-94 between Maple Grove and Clearwater has been undergoing three years of improvements and upgrades along a 39-mile stretch of road. View project location map (PDF). MnDOT is:

  • Adding an interchange
  • Adding travel lanes
  • Constructing access lanes
  • Improving drainage
  • Rebuilding bridges
  • Resurfacing deteriorating pavement

When complete, motorists will experience:

  • Better commercial access for freight and business
  • Improved safety
  • Less vehicle congestion
  • Smoother road surface

The I-94 Maple Grove to Rogers project is one of three MnDOT projects along I-94:

  • 15 miles between Monticello and Clearwater
  • Nine miles between Maple Grove and Rogers
  • Six miles between St. Michael and Albertville

Summary of work

  • Add a lane on I-94 in both directions between Highway 610 in Maple Grove and Highway 101 in Rogers (total of four each way)
  • Additional truck parking at Elm Creek Rest Area
  • Build new interchange southeast of Brockton Lane (in Dayton)
  • Construction of four noise walls in Maple Grove
  • Reconstruct nine miles of I-94 between Maple Grove and Rogers

Further information

 View project video with additional project details on the MnDOT I-94 project website.

Sours: https://www.maplegrovemn.gov/192/I-94-Maple-Grove-to-Rogers
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I-94 Central Minnesota

Current

Today on I-94

MnDOT employees maintain our bridge and road system 24/7. Please slow down and watch for work zones. Safety is our top priority. For today's road conditions, cameras and travel speeds on I-94, check 511mn.org

I-94 alternate road signUse I-94 Alternate route for emergency closures

Safely exit the interstate and follow the I-94 Alternate route signs along roads on either side of the interstate when blockages occur. You'll find more than one route to choose from, which allows traffic to disperse and move throughout the area.

Mississippi River crossings between I-94 and Hwy 10:

  • Hwy 15 St. Cloud to Hwy 10 Sartell/Sauk Rapids
  • Hwy 23 St. Joseph to Hwy 10 St. Cloud
  • Hwy 24 Clearwater to Hwy 10 Clear Lake
  • Hwy 25 Monticello to Hwy 10 Big Lake
  • Hwy 101 Rogers to Hwy 10 Elk River
Sours: https://www.dot.state.mn.us/d3/i94/

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Interstate 94 in Minnesota

This article is about the section of Interstate 94 in Minnesota. For the entire route, see Interstate 94.

Interstate 94 marker
Interstate 94

I-94 highlighted in red

Maintained by MnDOT
Length259.49 mi[1] (417.61 km)
West endI-94 / US 52 at the North Dakota state line
 
East endI-94 / US 12 at the Wisconsin state line
CountiesClay, Wilkin, Otter Tail, Grant, Douglas, Todd, Stearns, Wright, Hennepin, Ramsey, Washington

Interstate 94 (I-94) in the U.S. state of Minnesota runs 259 miles (417 km) east–west through the central portion of the state. The highway connects the cities of Moorhead, Fergus Falls, Alexandria, St. Cloud, Minneapolis, and Saint Paul.

Route description[edit]

I-94 enters the state from North Dakota at the city of Moorhead and heads southeast after serving Moorhead.

Traveling southeast from Moorhead, there are several places where the elevation of I-94 rises slightly; these are "beaches" that formed as the glacial lake rose or fell. Finally, at Rothsay, I-94 climbs the last beach line and enters terrain more typical for Minnesota. From Rothsay to the Twin Cities, the terrain of I-94 is rolling with frequent lakes visible from the highway.

I-94 traverses by Fergus Falls, Alexandria, and Sauk Centre on its way to St. Cloud. The "original main street" in Sauk Centre near I-94 commemorates the Sinclair Lewis novel that skewered this town.

Monticello is roughly the midpoint exurb for both St. Cloud and Minneapolis. Between exits 201 (Albertville) and 194 (Monticello) sits the Minnesota Road Research Facility.

Upon arrival to the Twin Cities, I-94 first approaches Minneapolis from the north, then the highway turns east after passing through the Lowry Hill Tunnel and heads to Saint Paul while traveling east.

The road crosses the Mississippi River in Minneapolis between the Prospect Park and Seward neighborhoods. The highway joins Minneapolis and St. Paul together where it meets Minnesota State Highway 280 (MN 280). In Saint Paul, the routing of I-94 is set through the historic Rondo neighborhood, which prior to the highway's construction was the largest African-American community in Saint Paul.[2][3][4]

Upon leaving Saint Paul, the route travels through suburban Washington County and exits the state into Wisconsin between Lakeland, Minnesota, and Hudson, Wisconsin, while crossing the St. Croix River.

Legally, the Minnesota section of I-94 is defined as unmarked Legislative Route 392 in the Minnesota Statutes § 161.12(4).[5] I-94 is not marked with this legislative number along the actual highway.

History[edit]

I-94 in Minnesota was authorized as part of the original Interstate network in 1956. It was mostly constructed in the 1960s.

I-94 follows the original route of old U.S. Highway 52 (US 52) from Moorhead to St. Cloud, then I-94 stays south of the Mississippi River along the former route of old MN 152 between St. Cloud and the Twin Cities. I-94 then passes through both downtowns and exits toward Wisconsin along the former route of old US 12.

The first section of I-94 in Minnesota constructed was between Moorhead and Albany in the early 1960s, as an extension of the existing highway in North Dakota.[citation needed]

The section of I-94 between Minneapolis and Saint Paul was completed in 1968. In the Twin Cities, the construction of the highway was politically charged. The highway was built primarily through many working-class and black neighborhoods.[6][4] In Saint Paul, the routing of I-94 displaced the historic Rondo neighborhood, which prior to the highway construction was the largest African-American community in Saint Paul.[3][2][4]

The section of I-94 between Maple Grove and Brooklyn Center was completed in 1969.[citation needed]

The section of I-94 between Saint Augusta and Maple Grove was completed in 1973.[citation needed]

The section of I-94 between Albany and Saint Augusta was completed in 1977.[citation needed]

The section of I-94 from Brooklyn Center through north Minneapolis was completed in 1984. Like Rondo in the 1960s, this segment was through a primarily African-American and working-class neighborhood.[6]

The last section of I-94 in Minnesota constructed was the 10 miles (16 km) between its junction with I-494/I-694 at Woodbury and the Wisconsin state line at Lakeland. This was completed in 1985.[citation needed]

In 2004, a major traffic bottleneck was relieved when a third lane was constructed between Brooklyn Boulevard at Brooklyn Center and Hemlock Lane at Maple Grove. This is located immediately east of the I-494/I-694/I-94 interchange in Maple Grove, also known locally as the Fish Lake Interchange.[citation needed]

From September 2007 to October 2008, the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) added a temporary extra lane to I-94 between northbound I-35W and MN 280 in the Twin Cities to help relieve traffic congestion caused by the collapse of the I-35W Mississippi River bridge. As a result, this portion of I-94 was not up to Interstate Highway standards during this time period.[citation needed]

Rethinking I-94[edit]

In 2016, MnDOT launched a project known as Rethinking I-94, which is aimed at reconnecting neighborhoods, revitalizing communities, and ensuring that residents have a voice in transportation decisions.[7] The construction of I-94 between Minneapolis and St. Paul was seen as controversial and has been a political debate for many years. MnDOT is planning to reconnect those neighborhoods that were destroyed and separated in 1960.

Exit list[edit]

Auxiliary routes[edit]

  • I-394, direct link between Minneapolis and western suburbs
  • I-494, southern/western portion of beltway loop
  • I-694, northern/eastern portion of beltway loop

References[edit]

Route map:

Template:Attached KML/Interstate 94 in Minnesota

KML is from Wikidata

  1. ^Adderly, Kevin (January 30, 2018). "Table 1: Main Routes of the Dwight D. Eisenhower National System of Interstate and Defense Highways as of December 31, 2017". Route Log and Finder List. Federal Highway Administration. Retrieved September 29, 2018.
  2. ^ ab"Rondo Neighborhood & I-94: Overview". Minnesota History Center, Gale Family Library. Retrieved July 13, 2016.
  3. ^ abYuen, Laura (April 29, 2010). "Central Corridor: In the Shadow of Rondo". MPR News. Minnesota Public Radio. Retrieved July 13, 2016.
  4. ^ abcRupar, Aaron (August 19, 2014). "St. Paul Map Shows How I-94 Cut Through Heart of City's African-American Neighborhood". City Pages. Retrieved July 13, 2016.
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  6. ^ abRupar, Aaron (August 18, 2014). "'Racist' Twin Cities Maps Make Point About Interstate Highways". City Pages. Retrieved July 13, 2016.
  7. ^"https://www.dot.state.mn.us/I-94minneapolis-stpaul/"
  8. ^https://www.dot.state.mn.us/i94-mg-clearwater

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interstate_94_in_Minnesota
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